What is DoCHECK!

Our goal is to strengthen the digital skills, critical thinking, and media literacy of European students aged 14 to 18, as well as their families and educators. Through the creation of educational resources in accessible and engaging formats, we provide young people with the necessary tools to identify and combat online disinformation. Additionally, we focus on promoting common values, civic engagement, and active participation in society. To achieve this, we work closely with teachers and parents, providing them with the necessary support to integrate our educational resources into the classroom and promote critical and reflective learning.

DoCHECK!

Main goals

The project will encourage collaboration among different stakeholders and use innovative learning approaches. It will seek to foster creativity, support teachers in competency-based teaching, and assess and validate key competencies, such as critical thinking and the use of digital tools to discern accurate information from false information.

Main goals

Develop a methodological framework for creating educational materials and resources based on a comprehensive analysis of the best practices to address disinformation

Main goals

Foster critical thinking and media literacy as complementary skills through a non-formal educational approach with students in class

Main goals

Enhance creativity, support teachers in competency-based teaching, and assess and validate key competencies with resources available in five languages

Expected Results

Expected Results

Provide high-quality open educational resources (OERs) for students, teachers, and families. These resources will focus on the use of digital tools to prevent and eradicate misinformation.

Expected Results

Ensure the quality and usability of the results, which will be available in five languages and in various formats to ensure flexibility and enable their use in different contexts. To achieve this, a pilot test will be conducted with 250 students and 40 teachers and families who will participate in the evaluation activities of the materials.

Expected Results

Ensure the quality and usability of the results, which will be available in five languages and in various formats to ensure flexibility and enable their use in different contexts. To achieve this, a pilot test will be conducted with 250 students and 40 teachers and families who will participate in the evaluation activities of the materials.